Refugee crisis and Trump are Germany's biggest fears
Refugee crisis and U.S. President Donald Trump's policies are the biggest fears of Germans, according to a recent survey published on Thursday.
56% of those surveyed by the insurance company R+V Versicherung said they were mostly worried that the refugee crisis will overwhelm the state.
Possible tensions with immigrants has become the second-biggest fear of Germans, according to the survey.
55% of respondents said they were worried that the world would become a more dangerous place due to Trump's policies.
Fear of terrorism has fallen 44% this year, down from 59% in 2018, and 71% in 2017.